As of Tuesday afternoon, there are four active coronavirus cases among Richardson ISD students and employees in the Lake Highlands feeder pattern.
This is a seven-case decrease from last week, and it is the lowest number of active COVID cases all semester. This is also the first time Lake Highlands High School has had zero active COVID cases all school year.
RISD has reported the number of lab-confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 at each school and central location since the school year began Aug. 19.
As of 12:27 p.m. March 30, there are 29 active student cases in RISD, a one case decrease from last week. There are seven active employee cases districtwide, a two-case increase since last week.
RISD has had a total of 1,680 student cases and 730 employee cases since the start of the school year.
Here is the latest look at the active and total cases within the schools in Lake Highlands’ RISD feeder pattern:
Editor’s note: This story will be updated weekly.